Kole Norberg, son
For a while, I was a writer, teacher, and web designer. I’ve gone back to school now to pursue a PhD in cognitive psychology at the University of Pittsburgh. I’m interested in how the brain forms relationships between sentences. I also make sure this site continues to function. My father’s career as a writer has definitely influenced my interest in language. When I was younger I wasn’t fond of my dad publishing my personal moments, such as getting a new bike, in the paper. At that point, I asked him to go cover fires, like a normal reporter, instead of writing about me. As I grew older I saw how writing allowed my dad to share his gift with others. Now, sometimes I even write about him. In the columns, I am also referred to as Beth or Elizabeth.